By, Ocean Robbins, our colleague in health
Our food chain is in crisis. Big agribusiness has made profits more important than your health—more important than the environment—more important than your right to know how your food is produced.
Large-scale industrialized food production is wreaking havoc on our forests, topsoil, air, water, and climate. Farm animals are being treated with tremendous cruelty, and farm workers are often exploited. Genetically engineered “Frankenfoods” are being released, without adequate testing, into the food supply on a vast scale. Meanwhile, people are eating more and more artificial food—and getting fatter and sicker. In fact, more people are chronically ill today than at any time in the history of the world.
Shopping for your family? Think!
Are you buying products that sustain vibrance and health? Or are you making sure that your loved ones join the medicated ninety percent. Half of your kids will develop diabetes, a third will go on to get cancer and as many will suffer heart disease. Just what are these food producers supplying us with? It certainly isn’t food, natural, wholesome & life sustaining.
It must be time for a change!
Our grocery store shelves are bursting with grotesque chemical recombinations and genetically altered Franken-foods, rather than with the bounty of a wholesome harvest. Yes it’s both time consuming and more expensive to choose healthy food, but isn’t it worth it?
Your family have blind faith YOUR choices!
You probably already know that large-scale industrial agribusiness is controlling an expanding share of the world’s food supply. They have huge advertising budgets to market highly processed, genetically engineered, chemical-laden, pesticide-contaminated pseudo-foods. With all their lobbyists and political donations, they pretty well run the show in most of our government regulatory and agricultural agencies.
Do you really trust the companies that produce your families food?
These corporations want to keep your mind closed and your voice silent. They’d like you, and all the rest of us, to keep eating foods that are unhealthy, because by eating these foods, we provide big profits for companies like McDonald’s, Monsanto, and Coca-Cola. They’d like to keep you subordinate to their agenda, and so distracted that you won’t raise a peep of protest.
Fortunately, you don’t have to do that. Now is the time to find out how you and your family can get informed and take action.
Have you ever been chronically ill? Worried about the health or survival of a loved one? Would you like to know how to lose weight, clean up your arteries, or defend yourself against cancer?
Do you sometimes wish you had more energy, got sick less often, and felt more confident about what to eat for optimal health?
This is not Rocket Science!
For most of us, a good diet is the best gift we can give ?to ourselves and our loved ones… because it’s the gift of lasting health. And it’s not rocket science. Using simple and easy-to-remember steps, you can dramatically increase your chances of living a long and vibrant life.
You have a right to know the truth about what you eat, where it comes from, and what its impact is on your life and on the planet. The more you know, the more power you have to take meaningful action. The more you know, the better able you are to bring your food choices into alignment with your purpose and your passion. Your mind will be clearer, your heart will be more at peace, and your body will thank you for the rest of your life.
Stop feeding your family ‘Food-Like Products’
We invite you to start taking more of an interest in your food, where it comes from and how it effects your health. Use us as a resource and a prop if you like but the health of your family is at stake so if you are living a life in denial, let us help you get your head out of the sand, and start to embrace real food and stop feeding your family ‘food like products’, produced by money driven industrial process.
Thanks for joining us in taking action for healthy, sustainable, humane and delicious food for all.
Why I became a Vegetarian– By Sophia Errington aged 10